TitelseiteIgnazio Albertini (~1644-1685)
XII Sonatinae

12 Sonatas for violin and basso continuo, Frankfurt 1692

Preface Reviews [in German version] Sample page CDs [in German version] 2nd sample page Errata / Addenda 3rd sample page Deutsche Version

Editor: Marc Strümper, publication date: 2011-01, source: print of 1692 in F-Pn

Order information

G195Ignazio Albertini, XII Sonatinae, Sonata I-III, V+Bc, score and two parts, 44 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-195-317.50 €[+]
G196Ignazio Albertini, XII Sonatinae, Sonata IV-VI, V+Bc, score and two parts, 44 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-196-017.50 €[+]
G197Ignazio Albertini, XII Sonatinae, Sonata VII-IX, V+Bc, score and two parts, 52 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-197-717.50 €[+]
G198Ignazio Albertini, XII Sonatinae, Sonata X-XII, V+Bc, score and two parts, 44 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-198-417.50 €[+]

Description

Of the works of Ignazio Albertini - a contemporary of Schmelzer and Biber - only a single collection of sonatas, these Sonatinæ XII, has been preserved. They are in the tradition and characteristic tonal language of the South-German-Austrian violin virtuosi, but distinguish themselves with rather daring harmonic turns. The structure, partly made up of short sections with numerous changes of meter, is typical of the solo music of the late seventeenth century. The level of difficulty varies.

Errata / Addenda